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As a result of this ruling, employers can not be punished by the DOL if they are not in compliance by December 1.
A complicating factor in Europe is its cultural diversity.
A variety of languages each with their own slang terms, and different national histories and racial issues paint a complex picture.
Since 1938 the US has had a policy in place to protect overtime workers and ensure they are paid for the extra work they do.
But in the more than 70 years since the policy has became law, the parameters have rarely been updated to account for inflation. "The problem we have now is that the people these laws were designed to protect are no longer being protected," said Ross Eisenbrey, Vice President of Economic Policy Institute, a nonprofit think tank, in a recent video about overtime protection.